Australia charges ‘murder’ religious group members of 8-year-old girl from treatment
On July 6, CNN reported that Australian authorities charged 12 members of the religious group accused of murdering an eight-year-old girl, in addition to the child’s parents — a 47-year-old woman and a 50-year-old man –. who were charged with murder, torture and failing to comply with the necessity to save life. in Jan.
Queensland Police said The girl died at the child’s family home. In Rangeville on Jan. 7, after being denied medical care for about six days, rescuers were not contacted until around 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 8. which is the day after the child’s death
police accused 12 new suspects recently charged with murder was at the time of the death of a 6-year-old girl and did not seek medical help. Despite knowing that a 6-year-old girl has a congenital disease
Garry Watts, Acting Superintendent of the Regional Police It said in a statement that 14 of the suspects, aged 19 to 65, decided to deny the girl’s right to medical care, adding that the charge was the culmination of a six-month police investigation that never happened. happened before
The child’s parents last appeared in court in June. and 14 suspects were detained and scheduled to appear in court on July 6.